Get ready for some exhilarating cycling action because the British Cycling National Road Championships are coming to Redcar and Cleveland in June!
The time-trials will kick off the championships on Wednesday 21 June in neighbouring North Yorkshire, starting and finishing in the pit lane at Croft Circuit. The action then hits the streets of Redcar on Friday 23 June with the circuit races a tight and technical 1km town centre circuit race starting on the seafront before heading down the high street. Both the men’s and women’s races will be contested over 55 minutes plus five laps.
The road races, starting and finishing in Saltburn on Sunday 25 June will conclude this year’s championships and challenge the riders with its steep gradients and tight hairpin bends separating the best from the rest, following soon after a fast descent. Both the men and women will follow an 18.8km loop, with the women completing seven laps to cover 132km, and the men taking on 10 laps and 189km. Each lap will start by heading into the villages of East Cleveland, passing the historic Skelton Castle, before heading through the old mining sites in Kilton. Riders will then drop back down to the coast of Saltburn before firing up Saltburn Bank to the finish.
Tees Valley Community Foundation are proud to be supporting local community groups across Redcar and Cleveland by staging community sporting and creative activity, from community balance bike sessions to arts workshops. A range of fun filled activity alongside the races will be available for all the family to enjoy. Further details to be announced soon.
For further details on each of these races including key visitor information, please click the images above.
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